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Billionaire Facts and Figures

2014 Forbes Billionaire Facts & Figures

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4 Comments

  1. MelD

    Maybe it’s just more obvious here – I wonder what the proportion of billionaires to population is?! Definitely high in this country!

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      I’d agree. If I were a billionaire I’d probably visit and end up moving to Switzerland 😉

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  2. Melanie@Dear Debt

    Wow, so interesting! Not surprised most of them are in the US, but also interesting to see where new billionaires are popping up.

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